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Thursday, July 25, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Friday is here and events in Toronto give you the chance to grab a special summer drink that's topped with your favourite classic cereal. Elsewhere, Michael Bublé is here and one of the biggest beer festivals of the year kicks off. Art, movies and a butt party are all on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

JAM Cereal Pop-Up (July 26 @ Convenience)
One heck of a summer treat has arrived by way of Ottawa's JAM and their big milkshakes topped with classic breakfast cereals.
Michael Bublé (July 26 @ Scotiabank Arena)
The Bublé himself is coming to croon to Toronto as he brings his golden voice to the stage for a two-night set.
Indie Fridays (July 26 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
It's a night for free music from emerging artists Common Holly and Skye Wallace, plus groovy Canadian duo Garçons.
ORANGEINAL Artist Talk (July 26 @ Retro Heads)
Toronto artist Sarah Quildon aka Orangeinal is on hand to talk about her character art, original works, and the importance of representation.
Butt Buddies (July 26 @ The Shop)
A body party like no other, you can volunteer your butt for DJs to spin the hits off all night long along with body shots and free artworks.
The Growlers (July 26 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Psychedelic California rock and the fashion to match arrive with The Growlers and their groovy sound that'll get your feet moving.
Hyperwine (July 26 @ Miss Thing's)
Get ready to sweat it out as local and international DJs drop by for a epic club night with dancehall and Afro-influenced tunes.
XYLØ (July 26 @ The Drake Hotel)
Get ready to dance it out with the upbeat electro pop sounds of L.A.'s Paige Duddy, whose talent has seen her paired with many major hitmakers.
Toronto's Festival of Beer (July 26-28 @ Bandshell Park)
Beer and grub is only one part of this big festival as it includes performances by Ashanti and Ja Rule, members of the Wu Tang Clan and Dwayne Gretzky.
Killing Patient Zero (July 26 - August 1 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
The story of Air Canada flight attendant Gaétan Dugas and so-called "Patient Zero" of the AIDS epidemic extends much further than one man.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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